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Our critics review "Dark Phoenix," the 12th installment in the X-Men film series, starring Sophie Turner as Jean Grey/Phoenix; "I Am Mother," a Netflix original about a teen girl…
Jun. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Our critics review “Pet Sematary,” a remake of the 1989 film and based on a Stephen King novel of the same name; “The Haunting of Sharon Tate,” based on the famous Tate murders carried…
Apr. 5from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Our critics review “Alita: Battle Angel,” the big-budget film about a woman cyborg; “Happy Death Day 2U,” about a masked killer who targets college students; “Isn’t it Romantic,”…
Feb. 15, 2019from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Edward Goldman talks about fond art memories from hosting KCRW’s Art Talk for 31 years.
Aug. 6from Art Talk
Julianne Moore joins us with her husband, writer-director Bart Freundlich, to talk about their careers and their new drama, ‘After the Wedding,’ the fourth film they’ve made together.
Aug. 16from The Business
Playboy Magazine built a culture of objectifying women that doesn't fly in the #MeToo era.
Aug. 6from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
When Gurinder Chadha set out to make a movie based on journalist Sarfraz Manzoor’s memoir about the effect of Bruce Springsteen music on his life, she had one small problem.
Aug. 9from The Business
For years, The CW and Netflix had a deal that worked well for both of them. With that pact now done, The CW looks toward a different kind of digital future.
Aug. 6from Screengrab
Summer in Southern California means swimming pools, and those glittering havens from the heat are celebrated in the new book “Splash: The Art of the Swimming Pool,” a collaboration…
Aug. 6from Design and Architecture
For the first time, PBS will stream live on a so-called "skinny bundle," YouTube TV.
Jul. 30from Screengrab
There’s a temptation with the big stories, say a Greek myth, to embrace the epic, larger-than-life quality. After all it’s a myth, right? Take playwright Sarah Ruhle’s “Eurydice”.
Aug. 12from Opening the Curtain
There is a cave in southern France that contains some of the world’s most deeply hidden secrets.
Aug. 13from Nocturne